Home Instead Altrincham: Live well your way Magazine

Welcome to the 9th edition of our Live well, your way magazine, by Home Instead (Altrincham, Sale & Wythenshawe). We are delighted to bring to you the new edition + WoW guide.

As founders, Alan and Lucy, we’re committed to sharing our community knowledge with you through this magazine. Since 2010, Home Instead has been dedicated to improving the lives of older people in our community. We print and distribute up to 20,000 copies of our magazine.

Pick up your copy in pharmacies, doctors’ surgeries, churches, community groups, and supermarkets. Our goal is simple: to give back and make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

Designed to support your health and happiness. From essential support organisations to a directory of community events, we’ve curated resources to help you stay active and connected.

In this blog, you’ll find our famous WOW (What’s on Where) guide, scroll down to the 7 sections and catch up on special events or features throughout the year.

or download this small PDF version

Meet three amazing groups featured in the 9th Edition of "Live Well, Your Way"!

This past week, we’ve been out and about launching the new edition, and the reaction has been fabulous.

First up, Lucy visited the Timperley MS Yoga group, guided by their enthusiastic teacher Jackie (back row, far lft), who is proudly holding the new edition. Featured prominently on the front page, the group expresses their excitement about promoting their friendly and inclusive yoga sessions. “We are all delighted to see the magazine; it’s such a treasure trove of local information,” says Jackie. The Yoga for MS group meets every Thursday from 1:30 to 2:30 pm at the Larkhill Centre in Timperley Village, offering a welcoming environment for all participants.

For more information, contact Jackie Hudson at 07702 711021 or email [email protected].

For MS society Summer newsletter and other local MS Groups Yoga for MS – Mind, Body & Soul

Katie popped in to see The Stroke Survivors, who were all too busy reading our magazine to look up for a photo! Nick’s group meets every Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm at Waterstones Altrincham, providing a space for connection, friendship, and shared experiences among generally younger stroke survivors. What began with a few attendees has grown to include up to 20 people from the Trafford area. Nick aims to expand these support groups to other areas, helping more stroke survivors regain independence and find community connections.

Contact Nick Davis at 07747 468068 or email [email protected].

See their full article here Stroke Survivors

Alan received a warm reception at St Paul’s Choir, where one of the members had picked up a copy at Asda that morning, and everyone was enthusiastically reading their article. Thankfully, Alan had enough copies for everyone! The choir is open to anyone who enjoys a sing-a-long, including those with dementia or physical disabilities. There is tea, coffee, and biscuits, and often there is cake! The group runs on Fridays at 1 pm during term-time only.

Call 0161 973 9130. St Paul’s Church Hall, Springfield Road, Sale M33 7YA.

Sing Your Way to Wellness: Vibrant Voices, Bowdon and St. Paul’s Community Choir, Sale

Stay tuned to learn more about the other fantastic groups in this edition!

#LiveWellYourWay #CommunitySpirit #MSYoga #TimperleyVillage #InclusiveYoga #StayActive #LocalGroups #HealthyLiving

WOW Support Groups Altrincham Sale and Wythenshawe

SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS: SALE

Sale Moor Art Club SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS
WOW SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS Sale

EXERCISE GROUPS: SALE and WYTHENSHAWE

EXERCISE GROUPS woodhouse Park dance group
WOW EXERCISE GROUPS SALE AND WYTHENSHAWE, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS

SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS: WYTHENSHAWE

Grand Day Out Wythenshawe Group Come as a stranger, leave as a friend
WOW SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS Wythenshawe

COFFEE MORNINGS & LUNCH CLUBS: ALTRINCHAM, SALE and WYTHENSHAWE

Brewing up! Brentwood community college!

Brentwood are a local special needs college based in Sale.

Teaching the students skills that may help them to gain employment in the future.

The café is located at St Martins church hall in Ashton on Mersey.

Open each Wednesday from 10.30-2.30pm(we are not open during school holidays)They are looking forward to meeting you.

Brentwood Community Cafe
WOW COFFEE MORNINGS & LUNCH CLUBS SALE WYTHENSHAWE ALTRINCHAM

SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS: ALTRINCHAM

Altrincham Knit & Natter Group
SOCIAL GROUPS, ACTIVITIES AND MEETINGS

EXERCISE GROUPS: ALTRINCHAM

WoW Exercise Groups Altrincham

Take a look at all of the articles included here:

9th edition of Live Well, Your Way magazine, published by us here at Home Instead. If you would like a copy of the magazine, we print and distribute up to 20,000 copies, ensuring accessibility in pharmacies, doctors' surgeries, churches, community groups, and supermarkets.